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Old Posted Jun 4, 2019, 4:01 AM
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^ What's interesting about this design is that the glass panels appear to be uninterrupted panels roughly 8-10 stories tall, offset to mimic patterns you might see on wood flooring. Don't know how that's even possible, and likely a rendering trick that will likely not deliver as promised, but if they could pull that off, this would be a differentiator in the tired "glass box" category.
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New Design For Silverstein’s Massive Two-Towered 520 West 41st Street Revealed, In Midtown West




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More filler. Looked better here.


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Update on transfer and phasing...

https://zap.planning.nyc.gov/projects/P2016M0148
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